Jason Aldean Sends ‘Blame It On You’ To Country Radio

Jason Aldean; Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Jason Aldean; Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Jason Aldean; Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images

After taking “Got What I Got” to the top of the charts, Jason Aldean is sending his next single, “Blame It On You,” to country radio.

The song is featured on the superstar’s latest album, 9. Co-written by Aldean’s bandmates Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy alongside John Edwards, Michael Tyler and Brian White, “Blame It On You” finds Aldean crooning over a breakup and realizing that he’s the one to blame for the downfall of the relationship.

“I could blame it on the whiskey/ I wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t even miss me/ Gave you a million reasons, girl, not to be with me/ / Should’ve never let you go/ Should’ve never watched you go/ I could blame it on a good high/ Let it take the blame for why you told me, “Goodbye”/ Instead of missin’ you and missin’ all those good times/ Should’ve never let you go/ Should’ve never watched you go/ I could say I never knew/ I could drink around the truth/ But I can’t blame it on you,” Aldean sings on the chorus.

The song became an instant fan-favorite upon its release and Aldean says he too fell in love with it immediately.

“When I hear songs like ‘Blame It On You’ that have more of a pop side but are still killer…I always want to see what we can do with it. The demo had this really cool auto-tune in the background that I immediately knew we needed to leave in there,” Aldean shares. “We ended up cranking it up and now it almost sounds like there’s another singer on the song. It’s just really cool. I’ve always said that just because it’s a slower song, it doesn’t mean that it can’t be edgy. You can still have some attitude to it.”

“Blame It On You” is at country radio now. Click above to listen.

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